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...felicia taylor explains why discover, american express and capital one are forced to hand out hundreds.... to millions of credit card customers. 3 & six-million discover, american express and capital one ccstomers are geeting efunds. the three credit card companies are payingga total -3 of $435 million dollars because of a crackdown on deceptive credit card practices. the deal was aannuuccd y the consumer financial protection bureau 3 payments are now going ut. capitol one willlpay out $150 million in the new yearr t's accused of tricking customers into buying additional products -- likk ccedit monitoring -- when opening credit ards. nd it's a similar story for discooer, which is paying $200 million. ddscover will issue refunds next year. american express october... after the c-ffp-b - found ammrican express suusiddaries illegally charged higher late fees and mislead pustomers by promising cash their "bbue sky" credit card program. and those rewards never came. in all three cases, customers don't need to just keep an ye on your monthly statemee
to "open house." now the experts an american express are showing you what to do to enjoy a stress-free holiday season. i'm here are emily kaufman, the travel mom. we're at the beautiful and festive palace hotel. she's going to give us tips on how to take the stress out of our holiday travel season. now, leaving your home for an extended period of time is stressful enough. add the holidays to that, it's a headache waiting to happen. >> hopefully not. one way amake it more enjoyable is by joining loyalty programs. i use the american express platinum card and enjoy benefits like membership rewards points which have no blackout dates when you want to redeem them. >> i know the holidays and saving mustn't don't usually go hand in hand, but do you have any tips for us? >> there are some ways to stretch your travel dollar. and one of them is to use the american express platinum card. you get the $200 airline credit to be used for checking baggage and in-flight food and entertainment. plus you get access to lounges. it's a great way to have a quiet escape from all the chaos going on in th
... as an american express cardmember you can expect some help. but what you might not expect, is you can get all this >> gus: hundley races back and tripped up after a two-yard gain. >> charles: remember, no time-outs for ucla at all. that means first downs and sidelines for any stoppage in play. >> gus: second and eight at the 21. hundley to the sideline caught. trying to get out of bounds and can't. where do they need to go, charles, to get in fairbairn range? a flag on the play at the 13. >> charles: he made a 48-yarder last week to increase his confidence. >> referee: personal foul, roughing the passer, late hit by number 93 of the defense. 15 yards will be aed to the end of the play. first down. >> gus: costly penalty by trent murphy. >> charles: the ball is gone and he takes him to the ground. shawn hochuli is right on the call. has to throw the flag on that one, quarterback is being protected. >> gus: so first down at the 41. breathing room. no time-outs for the bruins. 1:41 to go. hundley, hundley looking, now he'll run and dive forward and get to the 45. chase thomas there. >> charles:
million americans will soon get money from credit card companies. american express, discover and capital one were all caught in a government crackdown on deceptive credit card practices and will now have to pay back customers a collective $435 million in refunds. american express is already refunding customers, some of whom were charged higher late fees or never received reward money they were promised. some of the refunds are coming by check, others will be on credit card statements, but all the money should be paid back by march. a decision on a record fine for ubs could come today. bloomberg reports ubs could be bracing to pay a $1.6-billion fine this week. the claims filed against ubs accuse the bank of manipulating the libor, or the interest rate banks use to borrow from each other. ubs' fine of over a billion dollars is nearly triple what barclays paid when it settled a similar case in june. ubs has made no public comments regarding the fine. jp morgan is beind sued over mortgage losses. the national credit union administration is filing lawsuits against both jpmorgan and its bear
to thrive next on "your business." >> small businesses are revitalizing the economy. american express open is here to help. why we're proud to present "your business" on msnbc. >> hi there, everyone. i'm j.j. ramberg. welcome to "your business," the show dedicated to giving you tips and advice to help your small business grow. for most of us, starting up a business is risky, relentless an, let's face it, stressful. get going past that start-up can sometimes seem like the end of the process but as the further of mother-in-law's kim chi discovered, that's when the growing pains can begin. from tacos to pizza to bagel, many ethnic foods have been easily adopted into america's mainstream diet but not all of them. >> i never imagined i would be in the business of selling korean food let alone something like kim chi. it is an extreme food. >> that's lauren, founder of mother-in-law's kim chi. her mother owns a popular korean restaurant in garden grove, california and she's been there since 1989. >> all this pressure. >> reporter: since she was a small child, lauren's mother has warned her, never
, american express? >> american press are a sachs tie-in. i would like sachs or american express. you look at some of the other credit cards like visa, not doing so hot. david: american express is okay. don't confuse tiffany with high, when you say high end you think tiffany. >> tiffany, run far away. david: thank you very much. excellent stuff. >>> well the markets may look weaker without it but the fed's bond buy something risky business and it could be creating huge distortions in the market that could end up smacking down your investments. coming up next one of the most respected market analysts in the business, john silvia, chief economist at wells fargo, with his concerns about the risk the fed is taking with your money. you don't want to miss this. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] how could a luminous protein in jellyfish, impact life expectancy inhe u.s., real estate in hong kong, and the optics industry in germany? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe pri
. a friend of president obama but runs american express. >> and he's on the president's jobs committee. a very active member. runs american express. he is an interesting choice because he is not quite a wall street firm. but i will point of this, american express took belau money. liz: yes. with a one that was asked to? >> goldman says that they were asked to take it. everybody knows. liz: let's just market here. up about three-quarters of a percent. we will see if that moves at all. he has run this company for many years. buffett is a huge fan of his in the gigantic shareholder. one of the most brilliant branding experts ever to hit the base of the earth. >> i'm not above the fan. i take it for what it's worth. and now he's a great investor. i don't think he knows a little about politics. i don't think -- liz: he's endorsing him. and just saying. >> she is involved in politics all the time. liz: let's make this about -- >> but when you bring of choices . >> here's the thing. why? i doubt it the minute you bring up buffett because buffett, who knows what dagen is blank. liz: i'm just s
business." >>> small businesses are revitalizing the economy and american express open is here to help. that's why we are proud to present "your business" on msnbc. >>> hi, there, everyone. i'm j.j. ramberg and welcome to "your business." the show dedicated to giving you tips and advice to help your small business grow. black friday, small business saturday and cybermonday have come and gone. guess what? there are still plenty of days left in this holiday shopping season. retail sales so far this year have been good. there are still plenty of customer dollars to be spent. so what can you do to attract customers and to stand out in this competitive time of year? international sales expert, grant cardone, is the founder and ceo of three multi-billion dollars companies and the author of sell and be sold, how do get your business in life. eva is the publisher for online marketing advice and shortcuts for ceos with no marketing department. great to see you both. >> great to be here. >> grant, chances are you may be able to get somebody in your door right now. what can you do to ensure peopl
-and-p-500 gained 17-points. the ro >> six-million discover, american express and capital one customers are getting refunds. thanks to a crackdown on deceptive practices. capitol one will pay out $150 million in the new year. it's accused of tricking customers into buying additional products -- like credit monitoring -- when opening credit cards. it's the same story for discover. which is paying $200 million. discover will issue refunds next year. american express will pay back 85-million. after it was found to have misled customers by offering cash rewards for it's blue sky program. then never following through. the refunds will show up as credits on aunt. >> a lot of people hand out tips over the christmas season. but figuring out what's appropriate can be tough. from your mail carrier to your hairstylist, karin kayfa has some advice. >> many consumers want to show appreciation for the people they do business with. how much? the personal finance gathering suggesting guidelines. here stylists, the recommended is the cost of one visit. and for a cleaning person that is its weekly it is
to create a new business coming up. >>> small businesses are revitalizing the economy, and american express is here to help, and that is why we are proud to present "your business" on msnbc. >>> hi there, everyone. i'm j.j. ramberg and welcome to "your business" the show dedicateded to giving you tips and advice to help your small business grow. for most of us starting up a business is risky and relentless and face it, stressful. getting past the start-up phase can seem like the end of the process and as the founder of mother-in-l mother-in-law's kishgs mchi discovered. from tacos to bagelles many ethnic foods have been adopted into mainstream diet. but not all of them. >> i never thought that i would be in the business of selling korean food let alone kim chi because it is an extreme food. >> that is lauren chung founder of mother-in-law's kimchi. her mother-in-law has owned a restaurant since 1989. >> all of this pressure. >> since she was a small child lauren's mother has warned her, never share kim chi with nonkoreans. >> and eating, we cannot fear, but not eating is not good. >> while
a long way from home... as an american express cardmember you can expect some help. but what you might not expect, is you can get all this with a prepaid card. spends like cash. feels like membership. >>> company is called "fancy bridal" and things are pickic up with the guidance of the business experts. they moved their production from overseas and the dresses are made at a competitive cost right down the street from their showroom new york's garment district. steven moved back to new york to work on the business together and they took our social media advice introducing their tea length dresses to a whole new audience. they just shipped their biggest order to date to a major upscale retailer. in june, we we want tomas mass where ken and julie's contract accompanying synergy total home, was bleeding money. we worked with them on their name changing it to "howl and does worth remodelers." and overhaul their website. we also highly recommended they become an llc. unfortunately, the economy in their area has not picked up and work has been sparse so they've not had the money to advertise
to the senate and they're like, sorry, we don't take american express. after it was announced that the jets will start mcelroy, it's rumored that tim tebow might ask to be traded. that could be it for tebow here in new york. let's take a look back at tebow's highlights from this season. all right. very good. >> the guy can't get a break. >>> nasa unveiled a new space suit wednesday that may look familiar to millions of kids and movie fans. this is the z-1 prototype space suit. yes, it looks like buzz lightyear from toy story. it may not have retractible wings and all that other stuff, the green stripes and transparent dome give the suit an uncanny resemblance. >>> the 2012 miss universe was crowned last night. out of 89 countries, the winner was miss usa, olivia culpo, miss rhode island. miss universe is owned by donald trump and nbc. >>> 2011's sexiest man alive bradley cooper appeared on "ellen" and revealed why he doesn't like taking his shirt off. >> i actually have a third nipple. here's my regular nipple. i have a fourth nipple, actually. can you see that? i have a fifth one, too. can
to be completed until next year. >>> consider this the holiday bonus discover american express and capital one are handing out refund. capital one is accused of tricking customers into buying credit monitoring. it's a similar story for discover. american express is accused of illegally charging higher late fees. >>> we have an important toy recall to tell you about this morning. water balls absorb water and can expand 400 times their original size. that can pose a problem for a child who -- pose a problem for a child who swallows them. recall happened after a baby needed surgery to remove the toy. other toys are being recalled as well. remember this, since we are on the subject of toys. easy bake oven is geared towards boys and girls. it got a makeover for both genders and the easy bake oven will be silver and black and is expected to hit the store shelves in the fall of next year. it was a 13 year old girl that launched the petition to get hasbro to change the oven so all kids could enjoy it and she collected 40,000 signatures for the the change. >>> it appears both sides are moving closer to
home... as an american express cardmember you can expect some help. but what you might not expect, is you can get all this with a prepaid card. spends like cash. feels like membership. >>> welcome back to the at & t big ten championship post-game. it's now time for the trophy presentation. let's send it out to charles davis. >> thank you, erin. i guess we know why we're up here on this podium, to present the championship trophy to the university of wisconsin. the man who has the honor of doing that is the commissioner of the big ten, mr. jim delaney. >> thank you, charles. before prese
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to be considering kenneth chenault -- the ceo of american express-- for a cabinet post... possibly treasury secretary. also, the adminstration is said to be batting around the name ursala burns- who runs xerox as a possible candidate for commerce secretary. president obama said earlier he is interested in having top business leaders in his cabinet. coal consumption is climbing around the world. the international energy agency-- better known as as the i-e-a predicts demand for coal could come close to outpacing oil in the next few years. global demand for coal is expected to bump up by 2.6% per year through 2017. strong demand is expected in china and india in the next 5 years. while the surge in coal exported from the u.s. to europe-- should peak soon. toyota confirms it will have to pay a record $17.35 million fine. it's being levied against the car giant because it delayed recalling nearly 150,000 lexus rx models due to unintended acceleration problems. the impact on toyota's image may be blunted given that it's in a race with arch rival honda to see which company will be hit with more
edition of "your business." >>> small businesses are revitalizing the economy and american express business is here to help. and that is why we are proud to present "your business" on msnbc. >>> hi there, everyone. i'm j.j. ramberg and welcome to "your business" the show dedicated to giving you tips and advice to help your small business grow. 2012 was the year that small business took center stage in a presidential election. the issues confronting small business owners,
are welcoming this increase, a poll released the day befor christm put thugh american express and the harrison group, saw that 67% of those making 1% or more want today see this increase happen. >> all right. let move on to todd, because i can tell you that there are a lot of tax ineases just in this health care law, i didn't even mention some of them at the top of the show, todd. what i tking about additional payroll tax for those making more than $250,000, a taxable taxing and spending, and how much health care you can write off every year, and people don't know how much it will hurt them and the broad economy. >> that's right, they haven't en it taken out of their paychecks yet. this is what fox viewers want to know what's going to impact them on day one and you're talking about the hospital with the medical bill that we're talking about, that's the real money that's going to be taken out of your paycheck. your n amount is going to be less and has nothing do with what's taking place with the fiscal cli negotiations, it's all set in law. so, we all have to expect to have less money the star
for american express ceo chenault. he may replace timothy geithner in treasury department. the amex executive is a long-time ally of the president and already serves on his jobs council. >>> to business news, after an extensive investigation by regulators, ubs will pay a $1.5 billion fine admitting to fraud. for more on that, we go to caroline ross. i like the name, it's good. congratulations. thank you very much. >> you talked about that ubs story. that's a massive, massive fine. one of the biggest banks here in europe. yes, there have been a lot of press speculation about the side of the fine, but it's three times bigger than the fine ba barclay's was fined. ubs also admitting to criminal wro wrongdoing in japan. >> how are global markets doing at this hour? >> well, actually global markets are up. they're cheering, you know, the fact that there could be a fiscal cliff deal between democrats and republicans. look, we've got european markets close to year highs, the cac and dax at 52-week highs. this is more related to the expected aggressive monetary easing by the boj, but even the u.s. mar
. there are new reports that president obama is considering the ceo of american express be the next treasury secretary. it will be annoying when he presents his choice to senate and they are like oh, we actually don't take american express. we take discovery. >> it is quarter after the top of the hour. this is a segment we call what the hill hill. actor ben affleck meeting with john kerry amid rumors he might replace kerry. affleck was reportedly mentioned as a possible replacement for kerry if he is chosen as secretary of state. senators taking a break from fiscal cliff talk or a movie night. >> a new birth of freedom that government of the people, by the people, for the people. >>> the senate holding a special screening of steven spielberg's lincoln. spielberg and daniel day-lewis were there as well. >>> this morning we are hearing from florida senator bill nelson. he has been working with officials to he can secure the release of john hammar who has been locked up in a mexican jail since august on a bogus gun charge. he was carrying an antique weapon across the mexican border. >> the obam
tim geithner as treasury secretary. the american express ceo is in the running? >> very interesting. two sources claiming white house officials is considering the american express ceo for the administration in the second term. continu he could be picked to replace tim geithner. white house chief of staff jack lieu still considered the leading contender. wall street doesn't like him as much as they might like one of their own. he is a long time obama supporter. member of the president's council on jobs. he has been a real business guy. >> interesting. this race not over. general motors in really a strong competition right now with the other american auto makers for pickup sales. >> that's right. about 15 billion the government owns there. gm trying to send this pickup truck line by offering discounts right now. the auto maker matching or beating discounts offered by ford or cliers. knocking up to 9,000 dollars off of a price tag of the 2012 model 4500 off of the 2013 model. in the coming months gm is planning to temporarily close the truck plants in ohio and kansas cut down on supply
that the c.e.o. of american express is in the running as well for treasury secretary or maybe to come in as an expanded role as a commerce secretary. that's a department that they've wanted to bring a business leader there. or as some other top official in the economic team. >> what dow hear? >> same thing. i would probably put roger altman in the treasury mix too. but those are the same names that i'm hearing too. and the interesting new one which was a story that hans and julianna broke this week was ken chin all which would be an interesting choice if he were chosen for anything. >> rose: i want to close with this. >> charlie, let me say one thing. they're out on a limb with hagel right now. if they back down on hagel bhaus at the floated his name. if they back down on hagel after they backed down on susan rice, maybe that was the wise thing to do, but when dow it twice in a row, that suggests weakness. >> rose: so they can't back down. >> i think they would have problems if they backed down. >> rose: and the question comes from what, his attitude about israel. >> the theyo cons do
trouble a long way from home... as an american express cardmember you can expect some help. but what you might not expect, is you can get all this with a prepaid card. spends like cash. feels like membership. >>> ladies, are you looking for a way to carry your essentials around without dragging a bag with you. today's elevator pitcher has an idea. >> hi. i'm marla schultz. i'm one of the inventtors of the rat trap, an undetectable bra pocket that holds a woman's essentials, money, credit cards, cash, i.d., right inside your bra pocket. it fits safely in your bra for women of all ages, all sizes. women from young girls, college age girls, to moms on the run, women in uniform absolutely love the rack trap. it is very inexpensive to make. it provides a huge return on investments. we are looking for $200,000 to do our own direct response television commercial, do all of the merchandising, hire a media buying company and all of the fulfillment. we expect a huge return on your investment because every time we appear on television, be it the "today" show, wendy williams, "the doctors," "the vie
just bought, just broke. or when you have a little trouble a long way from home... as an american express cardmember you can expect some help. but what you might not expect, is you can get all this with a prepaid card. spends like cash. feels like membership. >>> watch out. there may be a hidden revenue stream for the stuff that you're throwing out in the trash. here's an example. there's a company which makes, as you can imagine, billiard tables. as a by-product of that he had saw duft all over his workshop. he used to throw that saw duft out. now he takes that saw dust out and turns it into pellets and that accounts for 40% of his revenue. that's what you should do. take the stuff you're throwing oat, do an internet search. tip number 11. find a market for the stuff you're throwing out. >>> with the holiday season upon us, we know how difficult it can be to choose the right gift to gift to your right business and co-workers. what better way for a small business owner to sep bright the holidays than by giving those people important to your company presents made by other small bus
. >> customers of three credit card companies can expect extra cash incoming days or weeks. american express, discover and capitol one owe $435 million to six million customers part of a crack down on deceptive credit card practices. >> there is you know, shaking down bad banks and this card, get some money that, kind of thing. now, they're paying back. the man caught them, some people could see as much as $300 credited to their statements. >> customers not required to take any action. current card holders will receive a credit on their j% receive checks in the mail or have outstanding balances reduced. refunds should arrive bit end of march at the latest. >> would be nice to have that now. >> yes. exactly. >> go shopping. >> coming up a snacking discovery could help your kids stay fit, ahead. >> also, researchers discovered best workouts to help you drop those pounds. >> i'm sandhya pat yes. live look from our mount tamalpais camera. clear skies, chill in the air by morning. i'll have temperatures for tomorrow plus a look at when the next rain will arrive, coming up. >> a live look at traff
customers should be on the lookout for refunds from american express, capital one and discover. the three companies owed $435 million in refunds to nearly 6 million customers as a result of a government crackdown on deceptive credit card practices. refunds range from 3 to $300 and should show up on your monthly statement. >>> double-check your christmas tree because there's a recall tonight toy called water balls and other varieties. they are made by a company called dune craft. the toys absorb water and can expand to 400 times their original size. it's trouble if somebody swallows one. that's what happened so now, voluntary recall after a baby needed surgery to remove it after the baby ingested one last year. >>> and the easy-bake oven not just for girls anymore. toymaker hasbro revealed a black silver and blue prototype. the new style was shown to 13- year-old mckenna pope who had been advocating for this. she got over 40,000 signatures asking for a gender neutral stove. mckenna says she is happy about it. >> i bet. >>> retailers are working long and hard trying to get you to spend your
. or when you have a little trouble a long way from home... as an american express cardmember you can expect some help. but what you might not expect, is you can get all this with a prepaid card. spends like cash. feels like membership. >>> as we saw earlier in the show, steven spampinato and greg nato, the owners of bride dal design company, "fancy new york" need some help. when we left their offices, we left them with a lot to think about, a new name, manufacturing strategy, marketing ideas. we also had one more surprise for them. take a look. >> hi, you guys. >> hey. >> you both look great. >> thank you. you do too. >> thank you very much. so you guys talked about how you are going to go to a lot of events but you are always on the outside. tonight, you are about to be on the inside. >> when gregory and steven started their bridal business four years ago, they had few contacts inside the fashion industry to help guide them. we decided to change all that by asking na net lapore who manufactures almost all of her clothing in new york's fame gar meant district. sitti sitting down for a one-o
for refunds. american express, capital one, and discover all issuing checks. the companies hoe $435 -- owe $435 million as a result of a government crackdown on what they call deceptive credit card practices. the refunds range from three bucks to $300. >>> stocks rallied with hopes washington is indeed moving closer to solving the fiscal cliff crisis. no deal has been reached but if no deal has been reached, excuse me, in the next two weeks, billions in tax hikes and speck cuts could go into -- spending cuts could go into effect. the dow gained a hundred points. nasdaq picked up 39. s&p 500 was up just about 17. >>> prosecutors say better nay madoff's brother -- madoff's brother serves ten years in prison for his role in the ponzi scheme that stole billions from investors. they say he should have done more to stop the scal. however, pee -- the scam. however, peter madoff says he's also a victim. he insists he was shocked to learn the business was a sham. >>> 4:40. when you think of education in school, what comes to mind? >> most of us imagine maybe a classroom, four walls, a desk, chalkbo
from g.e., hi, former bosses, american express and he thinkna and xerox and dow chemical and ibm and she have ron and proctor and gamble. then home depot, goldman sachs, merck, coca-cola, macy's, yahoo, comcast, hi, current boss, marriott, at&t, it is not quite the entire fortune 500 but it's close. it is about to get closer. tomorrow there is a third meeting. the president speaking to another 100 or so ceos in washington. that makes three meetings with ceos in four weeks. this personal attention from the president has led to lots of positive statements from business leaders. for example, the head of marriott calling the president, quote, resoundingly reasonable. and yes, that is same marriott corporation that just put mitt romney back on the board of directors after his loss in the presidential election to that resoundingly reasonable president obama. mr. romney may have lost african-americans and latinos and women and young people and gay people and single people and independents and everybody in the country who makes $50,000 a year or less, but you know, mitt romney di as you
of americans expressing their desire, the whole political establishment defining its game that there should be this lingering infestation of really corrupt people who sit trying to dismantle the wishes of the people, the mandate that has been given to barack obama and i don't know what more they want. the only thing left for barack obama to do is to work and dictate to the world and throw all of these guys in jail. they are violating the american desire. >> sean: yeah, throw 'em in jail. president obottom aact like a dictator. joining me with the reaction, kimberly guilfoyle and tara dowdell is here. this is the same belafonte who said of nelson mandela. we salute you. we want to see you and your fellow political prisoners freed. reaction? >> well, i think that harry belafonte was saying had he said in jest-- >>> in jest? >> he was joking around. he didn't mean it-- >>> i have a whole list of things he said in jest. >> you have the list of him criticizing president obama, which he did. >> sean: comparing the rosenbergs to political prisoners and the bush administration and the dhs to the ga
sources were very straightforward; american express, visa and mastercard. if you had in the federal government in medicare and medicaid the same level of fraud you get at american express, you would save somewhere between $70 and $110 billion a year without raising taxes and without punishing any honest person. can't get anybody to listen to me. they don't fit the congressional budget office model, they're not in the bureaucracy, they have these weird private sector ideas, they want to use computers. [laughter] i mean, there are just a whole series of weird things about this. and that's where we are. we're a country which could solve virtually all of its problems. if you read -- and i want to close with this reference back to washington for a second. because i'm, frankly, callista and i have been going around the country listening to conservatives and republicans belly ache. you know, can you imagine -- i've written three novels in washington; to try men's souls, crossing the delaware on christmas night with ice in the river during a snowstorm, to march 9 miles in the dark with an a
fractionally. names that are under pressure include american express, at&t, hewlett-packard, i am sorry, that is home depot, and, also, jpmorgan. we were building into december, the month of december is the best performing month of the year. many know that. average returns are 1.7% to the upside. this date all the way back to 1950. december is a stellar year for the s&p 500. connell: a lot more still to come. we have this multibillion dollar judgment against yahoo!. investors now on the run. dagen: reggstering a record year taking a look at how the treasury market is holding up today. inflation. not so much. 1.61% on the ten year yield. ♪ and we can save you 10% on ground shipping over the ups store. look this isn't my first christmas. these deals all seem great at the time.. but lar... [ shirt merry christmas, everybody! not so much. ho ho ho! this isn't that kindf deal. [ male announcer ] break from the holiday stress. save on ground shipping at fedex office. >> it is fox business brief time. baxter and the national buying the swedish company. treating patients with chronic kidney d
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how much do you have on you? >> i have nothing but my american express card. >> whatever you can do. just go to the website. whatever you can do. >> can you hang around and we will put online a little bit more? we have now officially run out of time. tony award-winning actor and activist alan cumming gets tonight's last wore. his new movie "any day" comes out this friday night in select cities. >> severely conservative. let's play "hardball." >> good evening, i'm chris matthews down in washington. did you get the impression during the presidential campaign that the press was trying too hard to be even handed? did you think the people delivering the news were pushing what we call balance at the expense of the obvious facts? the democrats in this election were like democrats going back to jack kennedy. but the republicans were far to the right as anything we've ever seen from that party, ever. self deportation, treat women like they belong in binders, ignore the rights of gay people, crack down on abortion rights, even in cases of rape. all the lingo in the gop platform approved in ta
of americans expressing their desire the whole political establishment defining its game that there should be this lingering infestation of really corrupt people who sit trying to dismantle the wishes of the people, the mandate that has been given to barack obama and i don't know what more they want. the only thing left for barack obama to do is to organize a third world dictator and put all these guys in jail. violating the american desire. >> bill: i guess violating the american desire is a felony now, right, harry? maybe the guy was just kidding. maybe. but, believe me, anyone in this country who challenges the secular progressive agenda is going to get hammered. these people are on a mission. they want a completely different america. a country that embraces social justice, libertine behavior and secular in every way. that brings us to the christmas controversy which is symbolic, symbolic of the entire culture war. war on christmas is over and traditional forces have won. the magazine citing retail stores allowing employees to now say merry christmas to the shoppers. a few years ago som
is great especially with the cost of gas. itunes cards are always good and american express is a card you can always put money on. >> no fees on that. >> no fees on that. >> you don't have someone returning a gift. >> amazon.com. they are always great. >> gift baskets. >> gift baskets are great because then the store put together a nice item for you. sams club has a nice pasta night basket. that would be great to give to your favorite couple you supply date night for them with the pasta sauce everything they need for a full meal. they have it wrapped up for you and it's all very, very nice. >> all right. a monthly gift that keeps on giving. >> the subscription boxes are all of the rage right now. this one from pop sugar again someone else has chosen the gifts for you. even though the person might not get it right away you can print off these slips and put it in a card for them and shows them they have a three month subscription. >> all kind of different things in the box. >> hand picked items in food, fashion and home. they have the december and october boxes with all kinds of different i
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plan b has votes to pass. head of american express under consideration to be the next treasury secretary. white house has approached him about joining the obama administration and treasury one of the positions under discussion sources say white house chief of staff is still the lead contender to replace geithner. forbes citing taiwan economic news, amazon ordered five million smartphones from foxconn. the planned retail price between $100 and 2200. i'm jane king at the new york stock exchange -- >>> in morning folks in the northwest are cleaning up the damage left by a powerful storm the weather is getting the blame for this mudslide in washington state. a 75 foot wall of mud and debris rolls off the hill into a passing train and derails it this happened monday in everett, washington a long shoreman said he had a feeling something was going to go wrong. >>> mike are with we getting their storm eventually? >> that moved to the east. more temperatures, warmest this morning, pier 1 in san francisco, 45 there 32° if you are headed -- rcv&q?c-kzo-]>n5 radar, satellite everything wa
a little trouble a long way from home... as an american express cardmember you can expect some help. but what you might not expect, is you can get all this with a prepaid card. spends like cash. feels like membership. >>> we do our pledge of allegiance at 9:10 and then five minutes later the doors are locked. all the doors in -- going around the whole building. and then when people come, they have to buzz -- there's a camera. they push a button. buzzes in the office and we buzz them in. we have different kinds of drills. you know? i mean, not in addition to fire drills and high wind drills and lockdown drills and evacuation drills. so we have -- we have done it. we have been doing it. >> that was sandy hook elementary nurse sarah cox on "60 minutes" last night talking about the security measures at the school. by accounts like hers, it's a school that seemingly did a lot of things right from locked doors to emergency drills and heroes, teachers, principal, students and yet today we begin burying the first of 26 victims so as kids head back to school, what can kids and parents do to
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